Seminar Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences Seminar Series
Daniel Brazeau is the Director of the Pharmaceutical Genetics Laboratory (PGL) in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The primary role of the PGL is to provide extensive training and research support for a wide array of molecular genetic techniques to assist researchers in addressing a broad range of questions including population genetics, gene expression, bioinformatics, genotyping and molecular genetics.
In addition the PGL provides extensive education and training to not only university personnel but also to outside researchers and professionals through a series of workshops and short courses in Molecular techniques including DNA microarrays, siRNA, quantitative real-time PCR, statistical packages/programs for genetic analysis, microsatellite development and analysis, and molecular genetic methodologies. Dr Brazeau’s research interests involve the areas of population molecular genetics and pharmcogenomic studies. He teaches courses in molecular genetic methodologies and pharmacogenomics for graduate and professional students.
Center for Excellence in Neurosciences